What have you tried? And know that if one therapist didn't work, another might -- it's not really science, it's more of a healing art. But you know, anything that helps you learn how to think in a different way can help, and if you tried to kill yourself with medication, even addiction groups might be helpful. There's also natural medicine, meditation, exercise, in other words, radical lifestyle changes that for some people just put them on a positive direction in life rather the negative one they've been on. Might be another dead end, but yeah, there's always something else to try.
First of all – I am really sorry for your current mental state. It is never nice to feel as desperate and hopeless as you do at the moment! It was a good step to stop taking medication, when you tried to kill yourself with it! As Paxiled said before me, you still have many options that can possibly make you feel better. Sports can help a lot, especially team sports, where you get to interact with other people. While doing sports, your brain releases two different hormones – dopamine and serotonin. These might sound familiar to you – both of these have probably been given to you in form of psychotropic drugs. So sports can function just as this kind of medication.
Another option would be natural medication. Medication based on natural ingredients can often help in the same way as psychotropic drugs, but with a lot less side effects. A friend of mine, who is also strongly depressive, uses a pill called Sedariston. It’s completely natural and it calms you down almost immediately, it helps you to go to sleep, and in the long run, it brightens up your mood. At the same time it doesn’t have side effects. Maybe this is an appropriate way for you to cope with your problems in the future. I really hope that you find a way for you and you can be happy again!!
I am so sorry you were so low that you attempted to kills yourself. I've not tried them although I've looked at some of the sites for it, but there are online counseling services. If you are too busy for appointments, ,perhaps that is an option? It is hard to tell from your post if you are still depressed and need significant help (suicide is a scary thing!) or if you are feeling much better but still need occasional mental health check ins. How are doing overall these days?
I've been feeling similar to you, but I do keep trying. I am seeing s therapist weekly even though I don't like it. And I take my medication and it's very slowly getting better, but so slowly.
i really feel the same way, but use medication properly. you might end up dying so be safe with them. but there is different medicines that you could try